From chicken nuggets to pickles, 14 out-there edible bouquets to give your Valentine

This baby back ribs bouquet from Boston Market is the perfect saucy gift for the meat-lover in your life.

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This baby back ribs bouquet from Boston Market is the perfect saucy gift for the meat-lover in your life.
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Boston Market

Why get your loved one red roses or boring chocolates for Valentine’s Day when you can get a mason jar brimming with crispy chicken nuggets?

Receiving flowers on Valentine’s Day is nice, but if it often feels too expected and traditional.

If you’re looking to do something more unique for your significant other this year, you may want to turn to one of the internet’s biggest trends lately: non-traditional bouquets that are made of anything but florals and blooms.

Here are 14 unique, edible bouquet options for the Valentine in your life.


Get a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup bouquet for the candy lover in your life.

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The bouquet has faux flowers and Reese’s peanut butter cups.
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Overstock

Who wouldn’t want to receive a bouquet full of their favorite candy? Overstock is currently selling a spectacular Reese’s bouquet that is sure to make anyone smile. FromYouFlowers carries a similar item as well.


Opt for a beef jerky bouquet that actually looks like flowers.

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The bouquet can come in a beer mug.
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The Manly Man Company

If you want to give a bouquet that looks like flowers but is actually just really good meat, then order this beef jerky bouquet from The Manly Man Company. The jerky has been sculpted into floral shapes that are almost too cool to eat. You can even get one that comes in a beer mug as well.


This baby back ribs bouquet from Boston Market is the perfect saucy gift for the meat-lover in your life.

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Boston Market “BAE-by” Back Ribs bouquet.
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Boston Market

The bouquets will be available for purchase in Boston Market locations nationwide on Valentine’s Day, February 14, and cost $29.99 each while supplies last.

“When we first toyed with the idea of adding Baby Back Ribs to our menu, we knew we wanted to focus on flavor and quality,” Chef Tony Fialho, director of culinary innovation at Boston Market, said in a press release. “On their own, our Baby Back Ribs are sure to delight barbeque enthusiasts everywhere, but when packaged in a delectable bouquet, they’re the picture perfect Valentine’s Day gift to help anyone delight – and feed – that special someone.”


A doughnut bouquet is a sweet way to celebrate the holiday.

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Krispy Kreme allows you to choose which donuts you want in the bouquet.
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Harry and David

Perfect for anyone who has a sweet tooth, doughnut bouquets make Valentine’s Day chocolates seem boring. Harry and David has one that can be shipped in just two days, and Edible Blooms makes one with a beer bottle in the middle for the best of both worlds.


DIY chicken nugget bouquets are sweeping the internet.

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Chicken nugget bouquet.
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Yesenis Garcia, @Cubanmarthastewart/Instagram

Throw in some sauce and a vase filled with fries and we’re totally sold on these chicken nugget bouquets.


Arguably the most famous edible bouquets, Edible Arrangements come filled with fresh and chocolate-dipped fruit.

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Edible Arrangements bouquet.
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Yelp/Edible Arrangements

Edible Arrangements start at around $30, but some extravagant arrangements can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars.


Get a beautiful bacon rose bouquet for the best Instagram photo op.

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Each rose is handcrafted.
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Bacon Bouquets

Bacon roses taste a whole lot better than regular roses. You can also choose bacon bouquets in different shapes, or pick one that is made with chocolate-covered bacon.


An Oreo bouquet exists for those who love the classic cookie.

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It costs around $70.
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Gift Baskets for Delivery

If your significant other is more into sweets than something savory, Gift Baskets for Delivery is selling Oreo cookie bouquets that are really hard to resist. They’re a little pricey, but you do get quite a few Oreos.


You can buy a salami bouquet full of different flavors.

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A lover of gourmet meat would enjoy it.
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Olympia Provisions

This salami bouquet from Olympia Provisions might set your wallet back a few dollars, but it’s also full of quality meats. You can get six different flavors or just three.

The item was also featured on the O! List for Valentine’s Day, making this edible bouquet Oprah-approved.


This pickle bouquet is super over-the-top, and Grillo’s Pickles can show you exactly how to make it.

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Pickle bouquet made by Grillo’s Pickles.
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Grillo’s Pickles

This pickle bouquet is filled with delicious dill pickle spears, mini mozzarella balls, cherry tomatoes, and more.


Surprise your sweetheart with a cookie bouquet.

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The cookies look like roses.
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Cookie Bouquets

Cookie bouquets offer sweet bouquets for every occasion from birthdays to Valentine’s Day. Their long-stem dozen rose cookie bouquet in a vase is truly a showstopper.


This candy flower bouquet is really aesthetically pleasing.

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It’s customizable.
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Sugarfina

If you want to go the slightly more traditional route, try Sugarfina’s candy flower bouquet. It’s basically chocolate covered in a candy shell made to look like flowers, and it’s a delicious work of art. The item is currently out-of-stock, but stay tuned for its return next year.


Gift someone with a sweet tooth a cupcake bouquet.

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There are gluten-free options available, too.
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Baked Bouquet

Baked Bouquet makes bouquets of cupcakes – although you’d never notice it just by glancing at them. The cupcakes look so much like real flowers that you almost won’t want to eat them.

The bouquets come in a variety of flavor and flower options.


Olive Garden just announced they will be bringing back their breadstick bouquets this year.

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Olive Garden breadstick bouquet.
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Olive Garden

As part of the chain’s Valentine’s Day ToGo dinner for two promotion, customers will receive a bouquet wrapper they can slip their breadsticks into, transforming the popular appetizer into a carb-filled bouquet.